Dog Cycling has never been so easy! Save time and go farther using less effort with the 1-Running-Dog Bike Tow Leash!
Created specifically for and loved by runners, this hands-free running leash is stretchy and soft and fully customizable to meet your and your running mate's needs. The flexible connector attaches to an adjustable waist belt d-ring, so that you can position your dog in just the right spot. Find out why runners agree that this versatile, flexible, and highly comfortable running leash is second to none. Made in USA. Stretches from 37" to 55"
The 1-Running-Dog Bike Tow Leash® dog bicycle attachment was invented by entrepreneur, Mike Leon who is well versed in both dog behavior and engineering. Leon - a former airline equipment engineer - put 6 years into developing the perfect dog bike leash. The flexible yet resilient materials on the Bike Tow Leash are unlike any other dog bike leash on the market. The patented flexible mast of the Bike Tow Leash encourages the dog to stay away from the pedals, while allowing them to pull you along or fall back when navigating through tight spaces. It really takes seeing the Bike Tow Leash in action to understand how it works. Check out the videos tab above.
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Stunt Puppy Stunt Runner Hands-Free Leash - BEST leash for running with your dog or walking your dog with hands free. Stretchable material softens impact and teaches dog to stay beside you.Not a puppy. Not a Bulldog. Good to go. What leash am I using? First of all, don't use a retractable leash, which teaches the dog to always ask for more length. And while your usual walking harness is serviceable, you’ll want to get a running-specific harness if you're doing this frequently. These things chafe less and give your dog a wider berth under their front legs. Tom recommends a bungee leash, which attaches to your waist, keeping your hands free to toggle between songs on your Goo Goo Dolls Pump-Up Playlist.It’s simple, right? You dust off your trusty Umbro shorts from middle school, put Spike on a leash, and off you go. You’re running with a dog! Easy! Only then you go to do it, and you find yourself faced with questions you never ever knew you wanted to ask. Such as: “Wait, do I need a certain kind leash? And should I bring treats? How many? Does Spike even want to run? Can Spike run? Did I really, actually name my dog Spike?”Other than that you have to make sure you have the right gear; just like getting good running shoes, shorts, etc. you have to make sure you have the best dog leash for running. Luckily, we’ve looked into it quite a bit, and we have some suggestions that will work well for you!